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ENTER LC4A9MEE
T'Flan, Brooks, Russell, Pottle,,
Seymour, Campbell, and-
Chiapman Entered.
TOL AN DEFENDS TITLE

Intramural
News
j SOGCERCHAMPIONSH-IP

'Cards, RAI=L'ns'~?e,
INRiI~m ILH;vI
IN HAU" gLTrt[ 9Tigers WnSlugging
Match From Browns
P, LI i YT J[I FN A1LS ;after winning _ 2 out of their 'last

°} :

FLYING
)CINDERS

~]ANRYNANDGOEGj
.DEFEAT TAPIA AND,
FEMDEL OF MEXICO
(F yAssc td iPrc~s)

Frate

ernuty Teams "Will Play
Final - Game for Title

'Coach. .Steve Farrell,

veteran

rnefltor.-of -Michi-gan's track .team,
announced .yesterday that at least
six 4and, possibly seven- members of
the Wolverine team would -make
the trip to the L. C.-4 A track -meet
that -will be held -at Cambridge,
Mass.., next ;Friday and -Saturday.f
(leading the Wolverine delega-
tion,\will -be :Eddie 'Tolan, premier!
print man arid holder of the.
,world's record for the 100 yard
dash. Tolan will ruin up against,
some " good ;competition Ain .this,
event and the 220 yardl dash -at theI
Harar -meet, ,but, .ang with,
Frank Wykoff, he is a favorite to.
cop-the two events.
Anoth~er Negro athlete, Booker
rBrok, will also be a member of
the 1 ihgan -squad that will make
tetrip. Brooks will take -part in,
the discus throw, the event which
he-won a~t the Big Ten meet _last
weak, *urd the shot pkut. Another
Wolverine -weght man to go east
With ;the inall :squad will be Holly
Campbell, Western -Conference
champion iin the haammer throw.
Can~pbell -will enter this -event in'
the J. -,C_4 A games.1
'Ed Russell andI Dale Seymour,
two sterling quarter-milers, will,
enter -tat ievent at Harvard. Sey-
mour ,-laded first -among the quali-
-flers at ,the Big Ten meet last :week,
but fell :down to a fifth position in
thre finals. Russell's record was re-
versed, t-he Wolverine -440 -flash
ta-king :second to Walter, of North-
western in the finals of the -quar-]
ter-mile event. Both of these men
were also members of the Confer-.i
ence gbanpionship Michigan one-
mile -irIay team.
The sixth Wolverine to make the
-journ-ey east to meet the country's
_,~ -track athletes will be Johnny
Ptitl, who took a third in the
94e Wt it 'the , Bg Ten meet.
Bate. cleared .13 feet in this event,
f iig behind MeDermont of
bll'lros, who cracked the Big Ten
record, :and -Wrne of -orthwest-
ern.
-Another, possibility to make the
trip was Chapman, Varsity }broad-
jumper, -who finished second to
Gordon of Iowa at Evanston last
week:- w..

Spirited and fast team playI
marked the first of three gMme .Monday ;Niht.
series for -the all campus soccer
championship. The South Ameri- ROCKETS ANNEX TITLE
can team defeated its Cosmopo---
tan opponent 1 to 0. - Both ,goalies,- Two semithnal baseball -games
Guerdia and Axim, displayed their werep-ayed! last night i the =wind-i
fprowess by successfully warding ouff u fTeI ,aua poran h
a foul penalty imposed upon each fieldof 5te tams huas nrowrambeenu
team.elof.5tasha iabencu
In the off ensive aspect of the down to two will balanced teamis
game Valerde of the South Am r1- which will ineet Monday night "tol
can team and Kim of the Cosmo- I decide the chamnpionship. ;Phi 'Sig-
politan team were outstanding boths
contributing some exceptionally maDa-o hi hryfot-t
fine work down field. The play; consecutive -gamne,.defeatinglPi Chif
of 'both ,squads is on a high plane 10 to 0. Weiss, Phi:'Sag's pitcher...had
and warrants -a large following in the upper hand-all th., tme,tlimit-I
their two remaining -games. luig Ph~i Chi'sto four-hits.
Final Soccer -Game. I KpaPi oe u et
I This; Saturday at3 o'clock a PiKaaPlroe utet
team ,composed of p1icked men from Kappa Epsilon 4 to 12 - after -'the;
the three campus' teams plays the DKE's had -gone . into t-hc lead' in.
Maltese Athletic -Club at South Fer- the seventh. This .was _°a very :well
ry Field. This is the final game played ;.gaffe -and the wi-nners
and with .Michigan's representative
tea inful stengh, ts eamply sh ould give a, very good account of
and experience speaking volues th evsintefnlga-e Wl
for Coach J ohnstone's work, a " lace, pitching for the winners, r-e-
splendidl game should be .in theoffi-j ceived better support than the los-
ing.I ers accorded Reynolds.
____ Rockets, independent -basketball

19 games -played, the :first -place
St. Louis Cardinals ;fe~l before the
timely .hitsOf the -Pittsburgh P1i
rates. The fast stepping ProokiVyn
-Robins, w whave -won 20 out of
their.-1ast 27 games, failed to take
advantage of the QCards' defeat and
wrem dawned bcy-the mastedfl
hurling of 'Bill .Wal-ker of the1
Giants. -The 'St. .Louis . aggregation
continuies- to, lead their, secondptwe
rivals, Brooklyn by the slim =nr-
gi'n .of ofne-half game.
{In the American :Lepgue Detrot
foutslugged St. L us -In a ,wvid .hit-
iug, free scoring orgy by a more
ofI6-11. This game marked the
parade of -nine pitchers, 27 runs
scored, anvd X34 hits were peeled .off
loud resounding -bats. Funk, :Har-
grave.:,and,-Ri-epounded -out home
rins-,for the _Tigers.1
ICleveland twi-ce too? the meas-
ure of Chicago's fast slipping -White
Sox, -both ties by the 5 margin > of
one ruin. The two leading teams,
W-tshii-gtoxi and ;'Philadelphia -of
the -League mai ntained 'their -pace,
when they, defeated New York and
Boston, respectively.
vvpitchit

for any of their tepaliis. Even this 1 vani Ryn, -of New Jersey, and John
is somethinag of a rosy dreanm as Doeg, of California, yesterday -cor-
other weste-rn ,and -middle v,.estern pleted the conquest of Mexico's ten-k
teams arc possessed -of dngerous n Is invaders, in straight set, victor-
ies, giving the United States Davis
power. Cup teaman unblemished record in
Galifrnia wil prest its American .Zone competition.
threat to contend Jfor _:. jwi- Storming the net.,at -every oppor-
-tunity Van Ryn ;defeated Ricordo
;ih~n ntear the ,top, while -sortiC'Tapia, 20-year-old ace of the Mex-
ef the mziddle -wetern gre- l ican contingent, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.
tai:haze to 1) conei n Doeg, the youngest American
;theruning Mw~anappars Davis -cup net man, overwhelmed
th e 4ru ieg. pssibility swein Frederick Femdel, 19-year-old Mex-
-to~~~~~~~~ :-eth cif1psiiiyi can, 6-1, 6-0, 6-2, requiring but 35
4liis .scction of -the -country minutes for his conquest.
r-fter the Maize and Blue ,vie- At the opening of the first match,
terry ut the ;Wstern i~onfererrce the _lithe Tapia started off as
meet lEst week. dilflnQLS also though he would equal his' feat of
,has :a well-hbalaned Ioam, but last, Thursday, .when he carried Al-
Coach Farrells men ;,have ,twice lison, of Austin, Texas,. through a
-shown that 'the findians-are U1C five set struggle before finally suec-
Isecond-.hest. E'cumbing.
With the score at two games
ILast wyear the far -west rowon the apiece, however, Van Ryni broke
national title for the -eighth time through the Mexican .service, and
innine years-whien .Stanford romp-I rushing to the net thereafter rain-
ed away ..With -,the :team honors by e hard smashes into 'his oppon-I
piling up a score of 45 3-8 points. Ienst's court to run off the set.
'Southern California 'too-k secondt Again in the second set, Tapia
Shonors -with 21 points. However ;jumped into a two-game lead. He
'in the meet last year the east was gained frequent applause from the
able to . account for .10 of the 15 1small gallery, and proved hzimself
individual championships, only the 'almost the- equal of the dark-hairedI
-good halance of the western teams Van Ryn at tennis played from the
saving :thtm from defeat. back court.
t-iJowever this ear east is NEW YORK, May 27-A juy to-
-thodacd cla e d W il ia G ib son , fa i-
cocddno -more than -three aous boxing ila promoter and former
+of the individual titles, the -m anatger of champion Gene Tun-
hameoh half mile- and the ney, mentally incompetent to man-
two mile run. -r rank -Connor age his affairs.
of "Vale iA he ace of -the ham- ________
mer throwers. and should -bring
-home afirst forthe Mi. Rus- LIAS SI FIE I
sell Chapman of :bates appears I-DVRTSIG
to be the dean of the collegiate 1 ,DVRTIIN
half , nilers, while Paul Rekers ! j__________________
of Penn State will be favaored. in a NOTICZ
the two -mile. -_________________
_____I NOTICE-Canoe in storage. Broke.
IAs for the individual -events this Pay half of season's rent and
yathe 100 yard dash will prob-' cost of paint ;materials, and use
ably be the most spectacular. Frank' thuis paperi.ot. 2x13
Wykoff, Southern California ace, this______p__per._____2
was caught at 9.4 recently without SPECIAL WARM W E A T H ER
starting blocks, -and -will reign theI LUNCHEON AT FOREST INN.
favorite in this event. 538 FOREST 24!
U1

PIANO TUNING,-- ' Phone 6776.
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
-at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
THE STUDENT INN is serving
special 35c noon-day luncheon,
1.1:00 to 2:30. 712 Hill St. -Eugene
IBetts, Mgr. 2C'
-~NOTICE
WE .BUY USED CLOTHING
'H. BENJAIN
215 E- Washington Phone 4310
2460
HEMSTITCHING, Altering and Re-
pairing neatly done. Miss Lyn-
don, 210 S. Ingalls. C
FINAL EXAM TUTORING
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. STATE PHONE 79x27
- 1230
TYPING-Theses ,a specialty. Pair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
SAND-Washed and screened sand
and. gravel; a11* sizes. Immediate
delivery.
S KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
f Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. 0

FOR RUNT

NATIONA X,,LEA(QTJ.
New York .. ..100:200 000--3

-9 :.1

I ~ ARCHERYI
The Detroit Archery Club -will be1
in Ann Arbor this Sunday at 2:301
p.' m. to ,compete with the Univer-
-xsity archery club. Dr. Lyman asks
tht .'his -en report =for practice
this week at the. Field House.
1Tennis Tea m-Clash in
Conference__Title Tilt
(CWontinued.From Page 6f)
probably 'break into the scoring{
column, in the ;person of Captain
Rexinger, one of the outstanding
jnet men in ,the-'Big 'Ten. ;Purdue will
be well .represented by CaptainI
Whit a, a consistent and brilliant
courtman. Iowa and Indiana will{
not send tea-ms to the titular affair.
INDIANAPOLIS, ,May 27-Promo-
tion of amateur and semi-profes-
sional baseball and the sponsorship
of an annual tournament are the
purposes of the Municipal Baseball
SAssociation of the United States,
organized here yesterday.
UNIVERWITY, OF HAWAI---
Confident of their ability, the co-eds
rifle team after winning on their
first public appearance, have issued
'a challenge to 'the members of the
male rifle squad for -a match in the
near future.

champions, came through :and ,an-
nexed another major title, -winning
the baseball championship 'froml
the Buckeyes. It was m1erely a -slug-l
ging; match for the Rockets who]
wo a'23 to 10.
The score by innings:
R 1lE
Phi, KapPsi 010 000 030-4 7 3.
Delta Kap _Ep 001 000 100-2 5 4
'Batteries: Phi Kappa Psi-"Wal-
l ace and Phillips.
Delta =Kappa Ep-- Reynolds :and
Foster.
--Il. EJ
Phi Chi......000 000 -000-0 --4 3
Phi 'Sig .Delta 02-6.100 100-10 12 31
I ,Batteries: Phi Sigma Delta -
Weiss. and Fried.
Phi Chi-Albers .and Blanchard.
-ElHi:E
Pockets -. ...477 020 030-23 20 3
Buckeyes ... 000 320 320-10 15 5
Batteries : Rockets : Abromiwitz
and Kanter.
Buckeyes: Vale andBlack.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
-"Twin W's" and about 150 .num-
e rals for :participation in baseball,
hockey, and basketball were award-,
ed to Wesleyan co-eds last Tuesday;
at the annual Women's athletic. as-
sociation *banquet. The "Twin W" is
the highest athletic honor- f or Wes-
leyan women.

Brooklyn
CWalker

.000 000 :o -1 2
5and O 'F rrell; Elliot.

Moss -and Lopez.
St. Louit .....'010 A.03 100-5 13 1
Pitttburgh ... 040 -020 20*- 4 8 3
Grab-ws-ki, Haili and - Wison;
'French and .Uarg caves.
Cincinnati-Chicago anxd Philadel-

:phia-Boston, no game, rain.
AMMERiCAN 3: AGUE.
First;- game :
Chicago.....000 '000 020--2
Cleveland ,. ...10001-001 20*-,3
Henry and' Riddle; Harder
Sewell.

:9 -l
-9 1
anda

Second game:
Chicago .....000D
Cleveland ...:.200

-100 "21-4-- 815
100-402--D1-2

31
1i

McKa n, Walsh, Weiland,. Lyons,
and .Autry, °Riddle; -JAblonowski,.
Holloway, ?Shoffner, Ferrell -and
Myatt.
Boston .......100 1031 020-'- 10 1
Philadelphia ..000 202 3V-7 10 1
MacFayden, Smith and Berry;
Earnshaw, Quinn aand '0ochrante.
Washington . .101 -000 230-4 14 z3
New York ....,000 .100, 010-2 -4 1.
Jones -and.Spencer; ;Hoyt ,and'
Dickey.
Detroit....:002:241 :5016.21 --2
St. Louis....000 155 0-11 '13 .0
Uhle, Sullivan. Carroll, -Sorrel].
and Hargrave; :-Kinmsey,, -Cuff man,!
Hoishouser, - GrAy, Crowder .and
Ferrell.'

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Anniversary Sale
Continues
With great numbers -tking advantage of these special
-prices. Only -the - backwardness of the season has neces-
-statedthis .sale to reduce our stocks. In all our 25 years
-of -business we 'have never offered such low prices so early
in -he meason. It .is your ;opportunity!
~5O.Suits No $ 39.9

FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
for summer months. Call Uni-
versity extension 631 between 8
and 10 a. m. 23461
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
occupying entire second floor,
two rooms, bath, frig daire, com-
plete kitchen, cool and quiet.
Call 8904. 23
FOR RENT- - Next year-large
room with kitchenette $9.00.
Doubles and singles $3.00 up.
Graduates-b u s1i n e s s women.
Phone 7485. 1234
FOR RENT- Furnished house for
the summer on Forest, near Hill.
Calli-'3204. 6fi12
FOR SALN
FOR SALE -- Chevrolet touring.
Low mileage. A bargain to drive
home in. Dial 21348 or call °1236
Prospect. 12
-FO0R S A L E-Drug business at
Pinckney, Mich. Will sell stock
and fixtures and rent store. This
store has been a drug store for
over 50 years and i-s only drug
store in 10. miles. 25 lakes with-
Iin 5 miles. Mrs. C. W. Barry,
'Pinckney, Mich, 234612'
.FOR SALE ON WA HTENAW-
Sorority exceptionally .well -fur-
nished including rugs, beautiful
pictures, silverware, drapes, ex-
c e 11 e-n t -bedding, wonderfully
Iequipped kitchen with electric
I mixer large dormitory, new water
softener, steam heat,. seven fire
.places, will accommodate 25
girls. Beautifully wooded lot
73x300. -Priced very low. For
further, information call Mrs.
McHenry with
THEYF. A. SERGEANT -CO.
!'Office 23259 Evenings =900
2340
WArtED
POSITION WANTED-Young man,
Iwhite, -want-s porter job in 'Ira-
ternity for fall. Willing worker.
#Call - 6-374. 234
WANTED-Canoe, 17 or 18 foot,Y
1must -be in .:good condition, cash.
Call phone 7265. 234
WANTED -- Companion to tour
YellowStOne, Yosemite, 'Los An-
gles, etc. Travel cheaply in
brand new roadster. Write -Papp,
9303 .Martindale, Detroit.
2346:12
I WANTED- Summer employment.
R epresentative -of :Fuller Brush
Co., Room -302 'Union today, 9 :to
11 °a m. and 3to 5p. m. 2
I WANTED-Position as hrandy manl
around :house and yard, janitor
= work. Able and willing. P-hone
6346, 234
WANTED--Opening for .ten .Michi-
gan men for -summer work.
Michigan .men averaged last year
over $60 weekly. Call. D. R.
Tobey :6746, 12;30 to 2:00 sand 5
' to 6 for interview. -61-2

$45
$4O
$35

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$3595

..in a cigarette i'
DO ONE TilNG, and dolit well." In making
carettes, choose the -one thing that counts -
good taste-and give-full measure!
From start tto finish, that's the Chesterfield
story. Good 4tobaccos, skilfiffy blended and
crass-blended, e standard Chesterfield method
-ppetizing $avor, ich fragrance, wholesome
4sat sfy'ing character.

TASTE

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All with two trousers, in the famuous rKuppe~iheinier .and
-Devonshire styles. All wcaves, all colors, all styles, all
sizes.
Specal-Shrts
Onc group of fine quality $2.50 and $3.00 Wilson, shirts,
1-n2Prce
The size range is complete. All are in good .colors anid
~patterns. They have simply become soiled from handling.
-A wash will fit that.
Examples of the savings that await ,you!
$1 Ties . . . 89c $6 Straw Hats $5.
$1.50 B.V..s1 99c $6.50 Trousers $&5IS

WANTED-LMen to 1a11 several -posi-
tions with Wear--Ever Aluminum
Company. m~at appearance and
good ° personality required. Pay
at -Fate of $34 per week. Call
D?. F. Stoner, 7758. 345612
KELVINATOR
We -will -add to -our -organization
sever-al -University Men who will
be "trained and advanced -as
rapidly as they, can qualify.
Seven men have just -been ad-
-vanced to .the :Kelvinator factory
sales promotion department. We
handle the local retail sales. If
you are energetic and conscien-
tious andl want to -place your self
in'line for a position paying $300
per month or more, write or see
in person Mr. Ehlers, 515 Har-
rison "Street, .Flint, Michigan.
345612
- LOST
LOST-,Pair of white gold rimed
- glasses. Call 21634. Reward. 2.

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THEY $ATY

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